Category: News

Red, White, Blue parade and fireworks upcoming

From staff reports The Chamber of Commerce/Main Street Association is gearing up for the Annual Red White and Blue Parade on Main Street at 6 pm on July 2. Children 12 years old and younger are encouraged to get their…

Certificate of Continuous Membership awarded to James Horton American Legion

Submitted Mr. James Horton was presented his certificate for 60 years of continuous membership by National Commander Michael D Helm of the American Legion as outstanding contributor of programs of The American Legion and Post 62, Department of Mississippi. Mr.…

LHS Class of 1959 celebrated recent reunion

From press and reports Saturday, June 13, 2015, the LHS Class of 1959 celebrated its 56th year at Lake Tiak-O’Khata. Members traveled from Brandon, Braxton, Clarksdale, Jackson, Madison, Oxford, Philadelphia, Starkville, Tupelo, and Union in Mississippi, as well as, from…

Mental Health Awareness Month celebrated by NFusion

Submitted May was Mental Health Awareness Month, which was very successful! NFusion sponsored several events to help make people aware of Mental Health! Burnt Orange Productions, owned and operated by Jason Stewart was MC for the talent show. The talent…

Pet of the week – 06/24/15

Pixie is a young border collie mix. She has been spayed, and her adoption fee is $20. To see pictures of Pixie and the other animals available for adoption, find us on Facebook.

Being firewise helps town

The Town of Noxapater is a nationally designated Firewise Community.  By participating in the Firewse program, the town  received a $2000 grant.

Women’s Foundation Investment in Single Stop

From press reports Removing obstacles faced by female community college students is one powerful way that the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi brings its mission of economic security for women to life. By granting funds to innovative organizations, the Women’s Foundation…

Haynes is MPA summer intern at Journal

By Kiaa Haynes My name is Kiaa Haynes, and I am honored to be an intern at the Winston County Journal this summer. When the opportunity became available, I was beyond excited. Even though I do not know much about…